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The select statement below works great, but when I try to insert, the (ores != OSUCCESS). Can read from TB1 but can not write.

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//****************************************************

OSession  oses;  // database session object
ODatabase odb;   // the database object
ODynaset  oDB1;  // dynaset object
oresult   ores;  // indicates whether operation succeeded
OStartup();     // Start Environment
//     open the default (unnamed) session
if(!oses.IsOpen())
  ores = oses.Open();
if (ores != OSUCCESS)
  MessageBox("oses.Open:", oses.GetErrorText() , MB_OK);

//     connect to the database
if(!odb.IsOpen())
  ores = odb.Open(oses, "MyDB.world", "system", "manager");
if (ores != OSUCCESS)
  MessageBox("ores.Open:", oses.GetErrorText() , MB_OK);

//******************************************************

strcpy(strFilter, "SELECT * FROM TBL1 WHERE FLD1 = 'A001'");
if(oDB1.IsOpen())
  oDB1.Close();
ores = oDB1.Open(odb, strFilter);
if (ores != OSUCCESS)
  MessageBox("oDB1.Open-Error:", oses.GetErrorText() , MB_OK);

//******************************************************

strcpy(strFilter, "INSERT INTO TBL1 VALUES ('A002')");
if(oDB1.IsOpen())
  oDB1.Close();
ores = oDB1.Open(odb, strFilter);
if (ores != OSUCCESS)
  MessageBox("oDB1.Open-Error:", oses.GetErrorText() , MB_OK);
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by:p_yaroslav
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Hello!

Check permissions on insert into this table.

Yaroslav.
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by:rgcomm
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I have a duplicate app that is running under ADO w/CDatabase & CRecordset that works great but slow. I wanted to streamline the code using Oracle's OLE classes. I am using the same userid, password, & hostname. I also have an ISAPI Extension that works fine without error using Oracle's OLE classes. Just having trouble with this stand alone app using MFC(exe)-VC ++ v6.
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by:rgcomm
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I changed the code to AddNewRecord instead of INSERT and all works well now.
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rgcomm has solved this himself.  I recommend:

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Thanks, Dan.
I finalized this today and will monitor it in the event an adjustment is needed.
50 points refunded and moved to PAQ/closed.
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